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Noticeboard

See the Practice Staff tab to view a photo of your GP Team.

Please read the Latest News field under 'quick links' for more information about the Practice.

Select the Patient Group field under 'have your say' to read minutes of our meetings.  You can join our Panel or our Virtual Group.

SURGERY & HOSPITAL COMPLAINTS

 

Practice Complaints

Should you feel the need to make a complaint about a service at Quorn Medical Centre, please click on the link below to view our complaints policy.

Complaints Procedure

 

Hospital Complaints

Should you feel the need to make a complaint about hospital services in Leicestershire, these must be made to the Patient Information and Liaison Service.  Please click on the link below for more details.

Whether you have a query, concern, need some information or wish to make a formal complaint about any of the services provided by the University Hospitals of Leicester our Patient Safety and Complaints officers are available to help.

We will liaise with hospital staff, internal departments and other relevant organisations to resolve any concerns or issues you have raised as quickly as possible.

We can also advise you about how to make a formal complaint about our service should you feel that we have not provided the appropriate support.
 

Please contact us on:

Free phone line: 08081 788337 or use our online service by following this link: contact form

Our Opening times are Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm (however if you leave a message we will contact you the following working day)

Or Alternatively

Write to us: Patient Information and Liaison Service
The Firs
C/O Glenfield Hospital
Groby Road
Leicester
LE3 9QP

Email us: pils@uhl-tr.nhs.uk  or send a Fax: 0116 258 8661

Alternatively click on the link below to be taken to their website: -

http://www.leicestershospitals.nhs.uk/patients/patient-welfare/patient-information-and-liaison-service/



 
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